Daily Archives : October 4, 2013

The Battle of the 121:7th Grade Football Style

By Tony Adams Sports Editor Who says you can’t have friendly rivalries in the same city? Belton Middle School traveled down Loop 121 to take on South Belton Middle School Monday night in the Battle of the 121. In the…

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Lady Tigers fall to Copperas Cove in straight sets

By Tony Adams Sports Editor Coming off of a rough outing against Waco Midway last Friday, the Belton Lady Tigers Volleyball team looked to get back to their winning ways. Copperas Cove had other ideas. The Lady Dawgs outstanding offensive…

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Rocky road against Dragons take Tigers down 44-15

By Tony Adams Sports Editor Friday night at Dragon Stadium was a strange night, indeed. In a night where the offense was plentiful, the Belton Tigers could not contain the Round Rock offense. Belton dropped to 0-3 on the 2013…

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Cru-Mazing Opening

By Tony Adams Sports Editor When the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and Wesley College get together and play a football game, it’s not just any ordinary Saturday game. Their games have significance, whether it is to establish national dominance and…

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UMHB Students Celebrate Crusader Stadium

By Halley Harrell Journal Reporter Neither rain nor heat nor gloom of night could keep the University of Mary Hardin Baylor’s student body from attending the official student kickoff at Crusader Stadium on Sept. 19. An estimated 1,200 people turned…

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Hispanic Heritage speaker visits Kiwanis Club

By Grayson Edds Managing Editor September has been dubbed Hispanic Heritage Month in America, and, in honor of that, the Belton Kiwanis Club hosted Dr. Randolph P. Baca as their guest speaker at Tuesday’s meeting. Dr. Baca is a Human…

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Prizes, fun, adventure a good mix for Senior Expo

By Grayson Edds Managing Editor The 2013 Senior Expo, held Tuesday morning, was a success by all accounts. Bell County Commissioners volunteered their time to drive golf carts through the large Expo parking lot, scooping up seniors and escorting them…

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49th Transportation Battalion adopts High Point Elementary

By Grayson Edds Managing Editor Friday morning was another milestone event for Belton Independent School District and High Point Elementary as the 49th Transportation Battalion adopted the school. Representatives from the surrounding communities of Belton, Morgan’s Point and Temple were…

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